In a nutshell: 5ESS (include VCDX under emulation), demonstration using either the simulator and/or the 3B20/21 emulator. Demonstration of MCC pages and pokes, as well as useful CRAFT commands. RC/V (Recent Change/Verify). Talk about GRASP (the 5E/DMERT/UNIX-RTR debugger).
Will talk about DMS SuperNode series of switches, from the basics (how to login and get to the Command Interpreter - CI), as well as MAPCI, the Table Editor, which tables are useful, adding to tables, as well as SERVORD (RC/V for the DMS). Will also talk about the DMS debugger, through which alot of things can be done. May have remote access to a DMS-500 live at the conference (the setup is still being worked out, it is owned by a friend).
Will talk about Datakit II VCS, how to navigate the virtual-circuit-switched network, how to identify a Datakit terminal server, or a host with Datakit installed (e.g., Solaris, or more obscure versions of Unix like Amdahl UTS Unix). How to use Datakit directory assistance to find other hosts on different networks. How Datakit dialstrings work (e.g., nyc/queens1/lab[.service]). May also talk about the lower-level Datakit Universal Receiver Protocol, using information from a paper I received from Dennis Ritchie.
Have been working with various architectures (vax, sparc, mips, POWER/ppc, alpha, pa-risc, 3b2, m68k, Cray XMP/YMP) for quite a while. Formerly worked as a security consultant. For the past 2.2 years have worked with the product security group of a large company in Silicon Valley.